Sweet Nicholas – For rent
Sweet Nicholas lasted about five years in Hoboken
About a month ago, another ladies boutique (Sweet Nicholas) quietly closed their doors in Hoboken.
I’m telling you that block on Washington St. between 7th & 8th is cursed – even with celebrity endorsements. I just wonder how new upscale places like Alba Boutique (next door) will fare…
Why do you think these clothing stores are dropping like flies? Less discretionary money for the girls in Hoboken? Bad market research? Terrible location? Social media “likes” not translating into “bucks?”
Description: Former contemporary ladies clothing shop now for rent.
Address: 718 Washington Street, Hoboken, NJ 07030
Sweet Nicholas Celebrates one year in Hoboken
Ladies, take note! Sweet Nicholas Boutique (718 Washington St.) is proudly celebrating their one-year anniversary this weekend!
So swing by the party on Saturday, November 5th – and have some fun with raffle giveaways, “sweet” treats, a little bubbly and some extra discounts as well.
Sweet Nicholas Grand Opening: November 6th
“Sweet Nicholas Boutique is opening this weekend at 718 Washington Street. The boutique showcases an updated collection of sought-after contemporary brands that highlight the latest fashion trends. You’ll find unique styles from celebrity-favorite labels, as well as some personal favorites! (and after 10 years of retail buying and a lifetime of shopping, there are quite a few of those…)
Please join us this weekend to celebrate the grand opening and help us launch our dream! Store hours will be 11am to 7pm on Saturday and 12pm to 6pm on Sunday.”
See photo gallery below:
Sweet Nicholas coming to 718 Washington St.
Expected to open in November 2010, Sweet Nicholas will be a contemporary women’s clothing boutique that “combines the best shopping trends from both east and west coast” in an “exciting retail environment that offers unique, stylish fashion at affordable prices.”
Accessories, loungewear and activewear will compliment the array of contemporary apparel that will be offered.
Special note to Sweet Nicholas: I’d suggest re-vamping your LOGO. Doesn’t make for a good street-presence. Look what happened to Signature Kitchen because of their wacky logo! Doomed!